Satureja spicigera, often referred to as “Savory”, a sub shrub with highly aromatic foliage that appreciates the free draining nature of the limestone alpine wall in which it is growing.
Other members of the genus are often sold as herbs, the foliage used to flavour Mediterranean foods.
Combine this with a south facing aspect and the late flowers are a positive bonus. More usually flowering in September but the mild weather we have been experiencing has prolonged the flowering season.
Found growing with ground hugging form through the Mediterranean Region to Iran.